Marton Rovid is visiting professor at the Romani Studies Program at Central European University. His research interests include racialization in post-communist contexts, theories of cosmopolitan democracy, global civil society, transnational social movements, the Romani movement. He published several peer reviewed articles, book chapters, and policy papers. His most recent publication is “From tackling antigypsyism to remedying racial injustice”, Ethnic and Racial Studies (2021). He has been teaching in various programs targeting students with less opportunities for participating in higher education, such as the Roma Graduate Preparatory Program, the Jesuit Roma College, the Open Learning Initiative for persons with refugee or asylum seeker status, and the Socrates Project for persons who lacked educational opportunities in the past. In addition to research and teaching, he has been involved in policy research. As a research and advocacy officer of the Decade of Roma Inclusion Secretariat Foundation, he coordinated the monitoring of Roma policies in 16 countries. He is the managing editor of the journal Critical Romani Studies.